Louisville, KY: Momentive is searching for a B.S./M.S./Ph.D. chemist (3-10 years experience) to be a technical service chemist; looks to be a project management type.
East Chicago, IN: ArcelorMittal is looking for a metals testing chemist.
Woburn, MA: Like the swallows to Capistrano, Organix is looking for postdocs. I feel like this language is new:
Organix Inc. is an internationally recognized Contract Research Organization situated in the vibrant and exciting area of Boston, Massachusetts.Vibrant! Exciting! (Honestly, that's probably accurate, for people in our field.) 40-48k. Woo!
Little Lost Lamb, Law Firm Edition: A law firm in Manhattan wants to ask members of the American Chemical Society if they have the following:
Bachelor of Science or higher degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering or a related field of study.
Two to three years of law firm or industry experience or at a minimum a general understanding of the patent prosecution process. Admission to the USPTO preferred but not required.
Experience with cellular digital data and signal processing a plus.Can't find it? Must be a STEM shortage.
Little Lost Lamb, Kelly edition: Are you a chemist? Do you like chemistry? Kelly Scientific wants to know if you want to be a non-profit Aquatic Director:
The role of the Aquatic Director is to provide administrative oversight and strategic direction to program areas, swim lessons, and related staff. In addition, aquatic safety and successful risk management procedures must be implemented. The successful candidate will have a strong knowledge in aquatics management to include programming, swim lesson instruction, first/aid and CPR instruction, water chemistry knowledge, and facilities. The ability to assess information quickly, to seek input from others, and to communicate directly and effectively is necessary. A bachelor-s degree, W.S.I. certification (or equivalent) and L.G.I. certification is required. Additional aquatics certifications are preferred.Non-traditional jobs in chemistry indeed.